Fund for Animals v. Babbitt, Civ. No. 97-1126 (D.D.C.)

Case Summary:

On behalf of the Fund for Animals and other groups, in 1997 we settled a suit against the Park Service requiring the agency to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) concerning winter use in Yellowstone National Park. In 2001, the
agency completed the EIS and decided to eliminate snowmobiling in the Park, but to continue grooming snow-packed roads, despite their adverse impacts on bison

Plaintiffs: The Fund for Animals, Inc., Biodiversity Legal Foundation, Predator Project, Ecology Center, Dr. Bill Willars, Walt Farmer, George Wuerthner, Phillip Knight, and Richard Meis

Court: United States District Court for the District of Columbia